And the irony is that Hamilton and Tygart were presenting these difficult moral questions at Sloan.
For both Tygart and Hamilton, this is a moral question that eschews any and all ambiguous shades of gray.
Armstrong assailed “the deal that Tygart allegedly struck here.”
And If Tygart was the crusading general, Hamilton, the cyclist to his left, was one of the casualties.
Tygart's valley, the river winding through it, and a boundless succession of mountains and ridges, all lay before me.